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How to Eat Bread

Author : Miranda Threlfall-Holmes
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'a fiercely intelligent theologian and historian' - The Independent 'Miranda gives us the confidence to sit and taste the Bible's profound and life-changing goodness.' - Stephen Cottrell, Archbishop of York As a vicar, Miranda Threlfall-Holmes is used to being asked to recommend a book on how and why to read the Bible. Filling the gap between popular Bible reading notes and more academic books, How to Eat Bread is the book she'd give to anyone wanting to explore the Bible as part of their faith. Its three main sections delve into the rich heritage of how Christians have read the Bible down the ages: From the Larder - ways that scripture itself uses other parts of scripture, or models and demonstrates different ways of reading Grandma's Recipe Book - historical methods of biblical interpretation Molecular Gastronomy - the insights and methods of modern theological hermeneutics Encouraging readers to try out a variety of tried and tested ways of Bible reading, experiment with different ingredients and sample the results, How to Eat Bread is a refreshingly hands-on approach to understanding this ancient library of texts. 'exhilarating and hands-on ... Miranda Threlfall-Holmes provides a fantastic guide' - Fergus Butler-Gallie

Always Eat the Hard Crust of the Bread

Author : David Mazzarella
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Benigna Preziosi Mazzarella led a life that seemed the epitome of ordinariness, except that it also embodied a perfect storm for longevity: amazing genes, adherence to a Mediterranean diet, and almost compulsive physical activity. Benigna imbued her days with an energy all her own. Even more remarkable, she lived to be over one hundred and seven years old. David Mazzarella, a journalist and the son of Benigna, shares a cooking, eating, and lifestyle guide based on his mother's philosophies that a lifetime of hard work was not bad, that laughter was even better, and that the only enemy in her life was fat. Known as a wizard in the kitchen, Benigna possessed uncharacteristic dislikes for a lady who exclusively cooked Italian food-she had little use for garlic, oregano, unpeeled tomatoes, wine, and the insides of bread. Mazzarella offers a glimpse into a typical day in his mother's kitchen along with the recipes of her most sought-after dishes, including one made with a mysterious herb. "Always Eat the Hard Crust of the Bread" shares a wonderful tribute to a tough matriarch and inspiring cook through entertaining anecdotes, personal foibles, unforgettable sayings, and practical recipes that share one woman's secret of how to live a long and happy life. "A delightful tribute to a long-lived mother and some quirky family members with dozens of Mama's unique recipes, including one made with an obscure herb that few know how to use." -Gwen Romagnoli, co-author of "Italy the Romagnoli Way: A Culinary Journey"

Of Eating the Bread and Drinking the Cup of the Lord unworthily A sermon etc

Author : Robert ANDERSON (Perpetual Curate of Trinity Chapel, Brighton.)
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Not by bread alone Eating meat and fat for stay Lean and Healthy

Author : Vilhjalmur Stefansson
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The author details his experiment in extreme nutrition. This famous book extols the virtues of meat in the human diet.

The Nineteenth Century

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Arcana Coelestia

Author : Emanuel Swedenborg
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Christian Treasury

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Chopsticks

Author : Q. Edward Wang
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Chopsticks have become a quintessential part of the Japanese, Chinese and Korean culinary experience across the globe, with more than one fifth of the world's population using them daily to eat. In this vibrant, highly original account of the history of chopsticks, Q. Edward Wang charts their evolution from a simple eating implement in ancient times to their status as a much more complex, cultural symbol today. Opening in the Neolithic Age, at the first recorded use of chopsticks, the book surveys their practice through Chinese history, before exploring their transmission in the fifth century to other parts of Asia, including Vietnam, Korea, Japan and Mongolia. Calling upon a striking selection of artwork, the author illustrates how chopstick use has influenced Asian cuisine, and how, in turn the cuisine continues to influence chopstick use, both in Asia and across the globe.

Bread Therapy

Author : Pauline Beaumont
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Learn how to feed your body and your mind with the soothing craft of baking bread

The school and children s Bible prepared under the superintendance of W Rogers

Author : William Rogers
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